Oakland based independent developer Steel Woof Studios revealed Thursday that Five Nights of Freddy’s Help Wanted, the main installment in its popular Five Nights indie survival horror game franchise. has launched on Nintendo Switch. Originally released as a virtual reality experience on Oculus in 2019, this version of the game will be non-VR. Five Nights at Freddy’s Help wanted is available to download from the Nintendo eStore for $29.99 as well as on PlayStation 4, Windows PC via stream, and Oculus Rift.
The news was officially announced by developer Steel Wool Studios alongside a new launch trailer for the survival horror sequel seen below which marks the seventh entry in the long-running series, which became hugely popular after its first game caught fire amongst streamers and Youtubers when it released in 2014.
While the sequel does continue the story on from the events of the sixth game, new players shouldn’t have to worry too much about catching up on the lore. As long as you get the just that these cuddly creatures are terrifying and you needn’t go anywhere near them you should be fine.
He wanted is a collection of mini-games from the earlier titles and some new ones that are meant to showcase the best gameplay across the Five Night Universe.